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Twelve of the fifteen selections recorded at tenor saxophonist Paul Quinichette's first sessions as a leader were reissued on this late-'70s Trip LP. Quinichette, a near-perfect soundalike of Lester Young in the 1950s, was with Count Basie's new orchestra at the time. Six selections find the tenor joined by Basie himself (on piano and organ) along with such Basie-ites as trumpeter Buck Clayton, trombonist Dickie Wells, guitarist Freddie Green, bassist Walter Page and drummer Gus Johnson. The other selections include two on which Quinichette is joined by trumpeter Joe Newman, trombonist Henry Coker and altoist Marshall Royal and four on which his five-piece rhythm section includes pianist Kenny Drew and organist Bill Doggett. With the exception of "I'll Always Be in Love With You," all of the songs are fairly basic and swinging Quinichette originals.

Biography

Born: 17 May 1916 in Denver, CO

Genre: Jazz

Years Active: '50s

Paul Quinichette was known throughout his career as the "Vice Prez" because he sounded so similar to Lester Young. While most of Young's other followers emulated his '30s style, Quinichette sounded like Lester Young of the then-present day (the 1950s). After getting experience with Nat Towles, Lloyd Sherock, and Ernie Fields, Quinichette was featured with Jay McShann during 1942-1944. He played on the West Coast with Johnny Otis (1945-1947), traveled to New York with Louis Jordan, and performed with...
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  • 4,99 €
  • Genres: Jazz, Music
  • Released: 1952

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